Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 1, 1973 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1973
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*' Si N*riHw«*t ArkahMt TIMES, Thun., March 1, 1973 I»«LY»TT«VII.L«, » : . . · ' · · . . . · . . , ;For Legal Career [Eight State Drop Law School Requirement 5 NEW YORK (AP) -- Rejected for Haw school? There's, still bope of becoming a lawyer. At teasl In California, Delaware, jjississlppi, .New York, Texas, Vermont, Virginia. *"lton, 'V-· i ' and Wash- "'Ttiese states allow people to C«ke v the state'bar examinations Without having been graduated frprri an accredited law. school, pt ;course, there are other prerequisites. -ITjie primary one '« perlencc working as law clerk. And about 20 short-term commercial schools and college courses have already sprung up throughout the, country to prepare students for the clerk_ , ·'·; · ' , , _ J _.. ! A M n 1 ships -- called assislantships. paralegal But paralegal courses render a "service greater than eliminating the need for law Gray Defends Arrest Of Whitten WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI-s arrest of reporter Leslie WhiEten on charges of possessing stolen Bureau of Indian Affairs documents was valid even though a grand jury did not re- indictment, says acting .,, _ o _. ,.._ F_Bi: Director J. Patrick Gray University of Arkansas spoke litigator and founder of York's commercial school. Their trainees, if used on a large scale, could ultimately reduce a lawyer's expense' and make legal services available to more people at lower costs. : "The legal assistant is not a substitute for a lawyer," explains Carl E. Person, an antitrust N e w Paralegal Institute. "But by delegating the routine responsibilities to' trained assistants, a lawyer can sit back, supervise, and concentrate his time on problems which require his skills. It would also reduce the need for such expensive lawyer- substitutes as group services and title insurance companies. Apparently, both the American Bar Association and the government agree. The ABA House of Delegates approved resolutions supporting Ozark Canners, Freezers Meet Begins Today irr. Whitten and Indians Hank Adajns and Anita Collins were arrested Jan. 31 outside of Adams' apartment as they were loading three boxes of the stolen documents into Whitten's car.", A grand jury refused to 1 indict them after they testified that they were returning the documents, stolen during last fall's Indian occupation of the BIA, to the agency. Whitten's boss. Jack Anderson, wrote several columns about the BIA occupation. ::.G r a y told the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednes- d a y , that the arrest was made after District of Columbia police Ctold the FBI some of the stoleti documents were to be delivered "to the columnist for i'sum of money." He said the FBI had no information the documents were being returned to the BIA. Gray said the arrest of Whitten, with a box of documents in his hands, was made on the authorization of an assistant U.S. attorney. : RECORDS SEIZED Gray also confirmed that, after Whitten's arrest, Ander- spn's telephone records were subpoenaed in an action initiated by the government attorney who was in charge of the grand-jury investigation. "He said the telephone records were 1 not used, as Anderson sSys, to inquire into the columnist's news sources, but to try to'locate other stolen BIA documents. The committee is conducting hearings into Gray's appointment to succeed the late J. Edgar Hoover as FBI director. The hearin-s continue today. A member of the panel, Sen. Martow Cook, R-Ky., asked if the pheck on Anderson's calk continued after the grand j u r y refused to indict. "No, it's stopped," Gray said. "The grand j u r y has spoken I: With respect to the FBI's investigation of the Watergate bjjgging case. Gray offered to let any member of the Senate inspect the raw files. He also said he would make available for questioning any FBI; agent who participated in the investigation. Gray testified that from the outset he ordered an aggressive, all-out probe of the break- in and bugging of Democratic national headquarters without Delbert E. Allen Jr., president of Ozark Canners and Freezers A s s o c i a t i o n opened t h e association's first f u l l d a y session of the 1973 annual convention this morning. ' Some 392 registered yesterday at convention headquarters at the Fayettcville Holiday Inn. Dr. John W. White, vice president for agriculture at the immediately following on "Who Pays the Piper". Also speaking were Charles J. arey, president of the National a n n c r s Association who discussed national policy and he food industry and Arnold A. Kopetz, director of the technical services of American Can Co. who talked on product recall. The trends and forecast for the any restrictions as might he involved. to who ndustry herald were outlined by S. Wells. National of Con Berkeley Laboratory, on the. role of industry, Marketing Manager .inental Can Co. Following lunch at the hqrti- :ultural food science building, Walter A.. Mercer moderated a anel on water and waste management. Panelists were Dr. Eugene E. Sozacky, food chemist of the nvironrnent Protective Agency of Dallas. Tex.; Dr. John M. Krochta, chemical engineer of he U.S. Department of Agriculture of Berkeley. Calif. tfercer, director of the NCA talk Dr. Rozacky will discuss environ mental and regulatory aspects and Dr. Krochta's topic was research efforts and advances in technology. The convention participants will he guests at a dinner dance at the Fayetteville Country Club this evening. Highlighting Friday's agenda is an address by Oklahoma Gpv. David Hall at the concluding luncheon at the Fayetteville Country Club and recognition of Glenn W. Hardy, dean of the college of agriculture and home economics at the UA and recognition of the National Junior Horticultural Association contest winners. A membership breakfast and the annual business meeting at the Holiday Inn will precede the closing association luncheon. c need, for paralegal assts- ants. and they have created a iccial Committee on Legal sslstants ,to draw up « Stanard set of duties a private IHW rm's legal assistants should erf o I'm. . ·'.· T h e Federal Office of c o n o rq i c Opportunity has illowed suit by establishing the ational Paralegal-Institute in Washington, D.C. for a similar irpose, but dealing mainly ith public law firms. A c t u a l l y , t h e paralegal ssistant has been in existence r years in the form of the gal secretary. There have also ecu "in house" training rograms. However, it was only recently ml lawyers began to recognize as a profession. REALIZED NEED Person realized (he need for [tensive training schools last ear -- when he tried to hire 11 assistant. "I couldn't find iiybsdy with the skills 1 eeded," says the Harvard Law ·aduate and fornicr member ' the Nixon law firm. "I finally hired a person and ied to train him. It was then lat I realized how devastating le task was." So he opened s Paralegal Institute in anuary 1972. Now 'offering a yearly salary a n g e of $5,500-$20,000, the a r a 1 e g a 1 profession has ccome a haven for college raduates who are uncertain of leir future. One New York paralegal ;udent, Arva Foden, graduated fedford, Mass., seven years »o. After trying to make it an actress she went to her chool placement service to etermine which field to go into, fter several tests, she was told he scored highest in law and iychiatry. "The three-mgnth paralegal rogram was the shortest alterative," she says. "It really xposes you to the law without laking the three-year co nitment of law school." As for the course's success -- Arva says the end of classes ill'tell. That's when the school 'ies to place her in a job. Plea Entered James Brewer. 18, Fayctte ville pleaded innocent Wednesday in Washington Circuit Court to a charge of illega] delivery of marijuana. Trial is set for May 11. Brewer was arrested Tuesday by Fayetleville police. He is, free on $15.000 bond. Coots Stolen Three coats were reporlec stolen Wednesday morning in a break-in at Razorback Cleaners Police said thieves gained entry by breaking a window. GARLAND HUGHES RADIO TV Wedington Drive (Hwy. T6 West) Phone 442-5520 ALL MODELS in stock are Sale Priced thru March 10th JVcfftt/rerf You've always wonted the quality that ADMIRAL Solarcolor gives . . . Ifs yours; and a* a big savings -IF you act now 11 The Compleat Tangier Warming temperatures in the Pacific Northwest (his week brought out the fisherman in a wide variety of people. Mqsl of (hem, hopefully, were luckier than three-year-old Mike' Tuss ot Finiey, Wash., who sit dejectedly with- his line tangled solidly around his pole. (AP Wlrepholo) 4-H Club News HIGHLAND Project book winners were honored at an achievement banquet earlier this month given by .the club's main leaders. The winners were Jeff Montgomery for dairy; Shelia Montgomery, horse and pony; Dennis Foster, poultry; Melissa Montgomery, junior leadership and Joey Pierce, dairy goats. Awards were also presented to Melissa Montgomery and Ann Clasby for selling the most candy during the recent fund drive. A demonstration on cleaning and breaking-down a Mangus rifle was given by Jeff Mont- gomery, Ann Clasby modeled and demonstrated, a-, four-piece pant suit she had made. , - · Projects reports-were given by Johnny Pierce on his new baby goals and by Shelia Montgomery on dairying and horse and pony. · " · · - · . " Final plans were made on the Hoard's Dairyman Cow Judging Atto became members. Contest project. which Mary is the "club's Ann, Debbie, Dollar Slumps LONDON (AP) -- The U.S. dollar weakened and gold strengthened in early trading on European markets today. The U.S. currency improved, however, in Japan,'The dollar rallied on the Tokyo foreign exchange market for the second straight day and closed at 269.60 yen. up from 266.90 Tuesday, in active trading. Micahael-' Dennis and Kevin Ann Clasby To Th« MANCHESTER, E n g l a n d AF) - Manchester milkmen are gelling together to aid old oiks who are 111 and alone In heir homes. · . Their, assignment Is to spot , the tell-tale distress signals ol unop»»*d.*Uk bottles Pfflnf HP on the porch. In in emergency they Will use «;specl*l telephone link to cill.iB the^iocUl wvice department. i ' t' ., Organizers hop*'the schemt will spread Britain, to {other .T.!. 1 ptrti of FRESB SPRING . · ' ; ( . ' , . . Arrangements We Have a Complete Stock to Select From! 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